The Future.Works Tech Conference, organized by Landing.Jobs, invades the Lisbon Congress Center on October 15th and 16th. It is the biggest event for technology professionals in Portugal to take place in person this year.
This is another edition of the Future.Works Tech Conference (formerly Landing Festival) in Lisbon, marking the event’s great return since the beginning of the pandemic. For two days, a program of excellence, which promises to win over the most demanding tech professionals, will occupy the Lisbon Congress Center.
At the Future.Works Tech Conference, which will be attended by more than 30 companies with more than 1000 job opportunities, participants will be able to enjoy more than 60 sessions – from lectures, workshops, to expert advice – with leaders of top companies and technological pioneers ; career tips – with sessions on remote working, job interviews, wage negotiation, post-pandemic skills -; as well as networking and lots of entertainment.
Heading the more than 60 speakers featured on this edition’s luxury poster are names such as the legendary John Romero, creator of the successful games Doom and Quake, Philip Zimmermann, creator of the PGP protocol, Ekaterina Sirazitdinova, Data Scientist at NVIDIA , Maxim Salnikov, Developer Engagement Lead at Microsoft, Bear Douglas, Director of Developer Relations at Slack, and Nir Chervoni, Head of Data Security at Booking.
Among many others, these are some of the topics that will be covered: Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Ethical Hacking, Gaming, Product Management and UX. The complete schedule can be found at https://future.works/ Tickets for the Future.Works Tech Conference are on sale on the event’s official website and range from €25 (virtual participation) to €100 (premium). The standard ticket costs €50. Students can access free tickets at their universities and student unions.